DIY Sulfur Hair Growth Oil
Tasha over at HairDiarys Blog posted a really simple mixture that I think is very easy to recreate and your scalp will thank you for it.
What You Need:
►Applicator Bottle: This makes applying the mixture to your scalp so much easier
►Sublimed Sulfur Powder: Add ONLY 1 teaspoon of the sulfur powder to your bottle. Remember, this stuff is really potent and you do not want to use more than you should. 1 teaspoon is enough.
►1 cup of natural oil or oil mixture. Choose your favorite oil or oil blend. Make sure that you have penetrating oils in you mixture like coconut oil or olive oil.
►Tea Tree Oil: 5-10 drops of tea tree oil will give your hair growth oil a little extra boost. Tea tree oil is very good at stimulating hair growth and helping to eliminate scalp problems such as dandruff and eczema.
Cover your bottle and SHAKE WELL. It is very important that you shake this up really well to make sure the powder is evenly distributed in the bottle. Every time you are about to use this scalp oil you should shake it properly to distribute the sulfur. We cannot stress this enough.
Lots of girls who have been using DIY Sulfur hair growth oil mixtures have seen favorable results. You will see hair growth if you use it consistently along with your regular regimen.
Below is a YouTube video of Shanitra Nakki showing you how she makes her DIY Sulfur Hair growth oil so that you can make your own.
Other uses of the Sulfur Oil Mix
We have already established that this oil mix is very good for your scalp as it helps to restore your hair follicles to the best of health and promote hair growth. However this is what I would call a miracle mixture because you can use this all over your body and for the whole family.
If you have dry skin, cracked heels or rashes, this sulfur oil mix can help to solve those problems and restore your skin. It is also safe to use on children who suffer from dry skin. For small children, you might want to use less tea tree oil or eliminate it altogether because Tea Tree oil can sometimes be too strong for children’s sensitive skin.
The oil is pretty easy to make. Will you be trying it?
Originally posted 2014-06-08 15:00:05.